This is the January 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Bears rumors and news.
All In The Family: They shared plenty as children, now they'll share…
CNNSI.com Updated Jan 28, 2013
They shared plenty as children, now they'll share the NFL's biggest stage on Super Bowl Sunday. Are the Harbaughs cracking under the limelight? Not quite yet, writes Dennis Dillon.Upvote Share Tweet
Arians wanted Whisenhunt, Grimm if he got Bears jobprofootballtalk.com Jan 28, 2013Taking the Cardinals head coaching job apparently prevented Bruce Arians from assembling the coaching staff he really wanted. According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Arians had a different staffing plan if he had gotten the Bears job i…Upvote Share TweetDays after announcing his retirement via Twitter, former Bears safety Chris Harris didn’t waste any time pursuing his next career. Harris will become the Bears defensive quality control coach, according to a league source, serving as a link between theUpvote Share Tweet
Bears-themed Airstream RV gets Craiglistedyahoo.com Jan 28, 2013Want to tailgate like a Halas? Then you're in luck. This 28-foot motor home, custom decorated inside and out with a Chicago Bears motif, is looking for some new monsters to take it to the midway. As you can see, it's an Airstream Argosy that's been pain…Upvote Share Tweet
Cutler's fiancee wants son to avoid footballESPN.com Jan 28, 2013Kristin Cavallari, who is the fiancee of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, said Monday she'll try to persuade their five-month-old son Cam not to play football when he gets older, although she knows that could be a difficult task.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 28, 2013Although the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles have defensive coordinator openings and ex-Bears coach Lovie Smith would be a respectable choice for either job, Smith’s plans for 2013 reportedly don’t involve coaching in the NFL. Per ESPN’sUpvote Share Tweet
NFC North links: Saturday's final snapESPN.com Jan 28, 2013Chicago Bears New Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer has a history of developing players and getting the most out of them. "You look at the way we have turned our offensive line over," Saints assistant head coach Joe Vitt said. "He …Upvote Share Tweet
Clayton's mailbag: What's next for fired GMs?Jan 28There are plenty of experienced GMs sitting on the sidelines, waiting to get back into the NFL. Plus, answers to reader questions.
Don Banks: Ken Whisenhunt breaks down Niners-Ravens matchupJan 28NEW ORLEANS -- The Super Bowl pairing of San Francisco and Baltimore holds little surprise factor for Ken Whisenhunt. The newly named San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator, and former Arizona Cardinals head coach, witnessed first-hand the rise of the…